Undergraduate Student Organizations
A student led organization promoting healthful living through service and leadership. Interested students can contact Ms. Emily Britt at firstname.lastname@example.org. *KIN Club is not operating in academic year 2019-2020. Students are now being recruited for AY 2020-2021!
Physical Education Association (PEA)
Interested in Physical Education or Health Teacher Education? Then this is the club for you. Please contact email@example.com.
Disciplinary Honors Program
The Disciplinary Honors Program allows students in all majors to do Honors work in their majors or in upper-division interdisciplinary studies. Through Disciplinary Honors, students have the opportunity to study topics in depth and to do advanced research under the supervision of a faculty member, thus giving themselves a competitive advantage when applying for graduate school or beginning a career. In order to participate in and take Disciplinary Honors courses, students must have a 3.30 grade point average at the time of registration and meet all other course prerequisites.
Interested students may contact Lloyd International Honors College or the Kinesiology Honors Liaison Dr. Diane Gill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduate Student Association (GSA)
The Graduate Student Association (GSA) is a student-operated organization designed to promote the interests of the graduate student body. We specifically serve as the graduate spokespeople for the Kinesiology Department and represent the voice of our graduate students. We are able to vote on behalf of the Kinesiology graduate students pertaining to travel-fund dissemination and are involved with graduate student activities. If anyone has questions pertaining to GSA, travel funds, or would like to become involved, please contact any one of us.
4th year PhD student, Applied Neuromechanics/Motor Behavior. Jed is from Waukesha, Wisconsin. He received both his BS and MS degrees from The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.
email@example.com 3rd year PhD student, Exercise Physiology. Nate is from Holly Springs, NC. He received a BS from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a MA from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
2nd year MS student, Sport and Exercise Psychology. Kayla is from North Stonington, Connecticut. She received a BS from Syracuse University.
More information about the GSA and the resources they provide to UNCG graduate students can be found at the Graduate Student Association website.